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FOX Business
Jan 6, 2013 1:00am EST
unemployment number as you did with all the stimulus spending when president obama took office. so, you know, to caroline's point, my gosh, stimulus spending is wonderful, helpful, it's so great. i don't see -- i'm scratching my head to see that the unemployment number whether you looked the at the u-6 number, the people that have given up looking for jobs or look at the raw unemployment number has done nothing since he took office in january of '09, that stimulus spending helps somehow. in fact, i don't see how you can make the argument the government picking industries to prosper like the whole wind farm thing, as opposed to oil and coal, is a good effective use of money. >> brenda: okay, caroline? >> because oil and coal, why do you think these oil and coal industries are so successful? they got funds upfront from the government. we've actually developed every major energy source and now moving to green energy and you're saying we shouldn't invest in it. >> the government has deloped every major energy source? my gosh, and-- >> hold on, guys, go ahead. >> and oil-- >> right, the only reas
FOX News
Jan 12, 2013 7:00am PST
count yet of how many adults have died. and president obama speeding up transition in afghanistan, announcing there will be less u.s. troops there starting this spring. this, after a high stakes meeting with afghan president karzai at the white house. the steps winding down the military presence after the mission ends in afghanistan in 2014. our troops will soon be training, advising and assisting afghan forces, no word yet how many have to stay behind. i'm kelly wright, now, back to bulls and bears. >> brenda: we may have just discovered why america's so in it debt. two out of five americans are receiving some form of government assistance. that's 128 million people, a number that's growing faster than the u.s. population. so, until we reverse this trend, will our debt keep going full steam ahead? toby, what do you say? >> of course it will and reverse this trend. remember, 10,000 baby boomers per day of turning 55 in the united states. now, here is the scary number. when a couple, let's say, earned 60,000 a year, paid all that social security, all of that medicare during their l
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